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are in defensive mode and will not enter the building. sue got word they have opened the union pacific tracks near there so amtrak trains who were worried about delays should not be affected this morning. amtrak should be okay and on time and the coast guard is assisting because debris is going in the water. again, the union pacific tracks that were shut down have new re-opened. we will continue to monitor the story and bring update as we get them. >> police were investigating the body found in the trumping of -- trunk of a car near the university and the car was towed away. it is conducted to a crime friday in santa rosa. the death is considered "suspicious" but they are not revealing the cause of death. >> san francisco police reach out to the public to find a man who attacked a woman in the mission district. they released this concept of a -- this sketch of a man accused of attempted rape described as 5' 8" and around 160 pounds. he pullinged her and wrestled her to the ground before being scared off. >> marin county is hosting a gun buyback program today and next monday and are willing to pay
best defense is i've never tested positive. >> reporter: he didn't just lie to reporters, fans, sponsors, and even cancer survivors, he lied under oath, too. >> how many times do i have to say it? >> i just want to make sure your testimony is clear. >> if it can't be any clearer that i've never taken drugs. >> reporter: along way, armstrong's great lie left a trail of human collateral damage. people who went from friend to enemy the minute they threatened to expose him. >> it's a long time coming. i think it's a huge steph. >> reporter: frankie andreu was his best friend and teammate until he and his wife testified they heard him admit he took drugs. armstrong went on the attack, accusing frankie and betsy of lying. >> she said in her deposition she hates me. >> reporter: why would he say the same thing if you don't? >> probably to support his wife. >> reporter: after that, frankie went from friend to pariah almost overnight. >> i'd go to events and i didn't know who my friend was, who my foe was, who would shake my hand, who would spit at me in disgust. i got e-mails, traitor,
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alexander, but it was self-defense. >> hey, what's going on? >> reporter: the jury heard this voicemail arias left on alexander's phone hours after she killed him. morbidly enough, she invited a man she knew was dead to come visit her. she repeatedly used alexander's password to check the messages on his phone. stalking him, they say, even in death. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix. >>> let's check in with our legal team. "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams, along with nancy grace, who is going to cover the trial on her hln show. prosecutors always have the first go. the case seems strong. but this is relentless. >> there is an enormous amount of evidence here now. not just that she lied. but she lied again. the question in this case, and i think probably all the lawyers recognize this, is not is she going to be convicted? it's what is she going to be convicted of? will it be second-degree murder? will it be first-degree murder? will she get the death penalty? those are the key questions. that's why the interrogation tapes become really tricky for her. on the one ha
as secretary of defense. >> senator reed emphasizes pressure but one of the points that robert jarvis makes is get more creative on the carrot you'll offer to iran so there might be some way to have a resolution without a conflict. >> and that's teed up right now. i think these economic sanctions are having far more impact than any of us imagined, and there's a really interesting debate going on in iran, george, one we haven't seen before. the supreme leader is allowing a debate to take place about the nuclear policy and about the economy. this suggests to me the administration can and will go forward with the big negotiation, with the big proposal, and the real question is, can we come up with an approach that's enough for the iranians, and not too much for the united states and the israelis? can we, if you will, park the iranian program out of place that sufficiently far from nuclear weapons status that we can live with it. i don't know, but we want to find out. is either of the alternatives going to war against iran or living within iran that has nuclear weapons are extraordinary unattra
on tape. defensively the numbers are just off the chart and what they are capable of doing and watching them what they did offensively in the game on saturday night. they will get your attention real quick. >> no doubt. bob melvin looking forward to many more pie in the face moments in oakland. a's gave him a contract steption today 2 more years for manger of the year. melvin now under contract to the green gold for the 2016 season. he 51-year-old melvin guided the a's to stunning success last year winning the miles per hour league west crown against all odds. they agreed to one year teal with back up catcher george pit australian open watch serena williams at the top of the screen. leading. williams tweaks her ankle. goes down. in obvious pain. just rolled the aching el there. serena was held to her court side chair. had the ankle heavily taped back out on the court and no problem. have beens to second round p.williams attempting to whip the third consecutive major title. 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino oychlt even after getting taped up no problem. >> boom. >
we have already made to priorities other than medicare social security and defense, means that we spend on everything from education to public safety, less as a share of our economy than it has -- than has been true for a generation. and that's not a recipe for growth. so, we've got to do both to stabilize our finances over the longterm but spur more growth in the short term. i have said, i'm opened to making modest adjustments to programs like medicare to protect them for future generations. i also said that we need more revenue through tax loopholes. if we combine a balanced package of savings from spending on health care and revenues from closing loopholes, we can solve the deficit issue without sacrificing our investments in things like education that are going to help us grow. turns out that the american people agree with me. they listened to an entire year's debate on this issue and they made a clear decision about the approach they prefer. they don't think it's fair to ask a senior to pay more for his or her health care. they don't think it's smart to protect endless loopho
the world are watching this carefully trying to get information. martha rad das is with the u.s. defense secretary in itly. >>> but first, abc's brian ross is here with the latest breaking details. >> reporter: the british foreign aufszer tells abc news, in the last few hours, the algerian has launched an operation to free the hostages. eyewitness accounts describe a helicopter assault and number of fatalities of both hostages and terrorists. none of which can be confirmed by abc news. intelligence officials say the situation is tense. >> it is a very serious matter when americans are taken hostage, along with others. >> reporter: the terror strike came without warning wednesday morning, when an estimated 20 gunmen, first attacked a bus carrying workers, escorted by two cars carrying security teams. at least one worker was killed. then, the terrorists moved on to the compound, where they are now holed up with the american and other western hostages. intelligence officials believe this is the mastermind of the attack, mokhtar belmokhtar, a ruthless, rogue al qaeda leader, who also runs an
calling to free him for jail and to raise money for his defense. he will return to court next month. >>> abc7 news has confirmed san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi and his wife are being it stems from the incident on new year's eve in 2011. there was a neighbor who videotape her arm. she called police that led to his arrest and suspension. the sheriff later pled guilty to false imprisonment and was reinstated. during the ordeal he harshly criticized madison for contacting police. >>> the sheriff's office is on the lookout for a teenage girl who has not been seen since early thursday morning. the 13-year-old is an eighth grader at burbank middle school. she did not show up for class on thursday. her mother believes she left with her boyfriend, 23-year-old man. the man has contacted the girl in the past and is a friend of the family. >>> work is set to begin at the bay bridge next week to fix the damage caused by a tanker. the tanker bashed into one of the towers on the western stand, damaging what is nonose the fender. the fender absorbed the impact so no damage was actually done t
money for his defense. he will return to court next month. >>> abc7 news has confirmed san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi, and his wife are being sued for loss of character. it stems from the domestic violence incident on new year's eve in 2011. there was a neighbor who videotape her arm. she called police that led to his arrest and suspension. the sheriff later pled guilty to false imprisonment and was reinstated. during the ordeal he harshly criticized madison for contacting police. >>> the sheriff's office is on the lookout for a teenage girl who has not been seen since early thursday morning. the 13-year-old is an eighth grader at burbank middle school. she did not show up for class on thursday. her mother believes she left with her boyfriend, a 23-year-old man. the man has contacted the girl in the past and is a friend of the family. >>> work is set to begin at the bay bridge next week to fix the damage caused by a tanker. the tanker bashed into one of the towers on the western stand, damaging what is known as the fender. the fender absorbed the impact so no damage was actuall
confess, but say she killed in self-defense. her attorneys will argue to this jury that alexander abused and controlled arias. and she killed him to save her own life that day. >> the defense is going to be someone to come in and clean up the mess of her multiple stories and explain that in some kind of a narrative. >> reporter: many court observers believe jodi arias will take the stand. she almost has to to make that self-defense claim stick. by then, the prosecutor is hoping the jury will have heard so many lies, they won't believe a word out of her mouth. george? >> hard to see what kind of story she could tell. >>> now, we're going to turn to the mystery of what happened to millions of dollars earned by patricia cornwell. it's part of a huge lawsuit with her former money managers. she says they have been ripping her off. but they claim that, quote, cornwell was living large. and john schriffen is here with all of it. >> reporter: this is a lot of money. according to the lawsuit, patricia cornwell says she discovered something was wrong in 2009, when he net worth was around $13 milli
is across-the-board cuts across domestic and -- >> half from defense, which is 17% of the budget, so the question is, do republicans hate defense cuts less than they would like to see the spending cuts on the domestic side? my -- after that comes march 27th, which is when the current continuing resolution on -- that funds the government expires, so we're going to have real debates about real splittable differences. >> the other thing, george, that's going to happen, and i think that this is going to begin the process of it, is that every day that goes past the inauguration is a loss of power day for the president. and you have -- you basically now have a party, the democratic party will function with him but it's been a cult of personal. fundamentally a cult of personality around the president. they'll have to figure out where they go from here and what's going to happen. the republicans are a cult of no personality and no people and they're going to have to figure out so each day goes forward i think we're going to have an increasing inability for somebody to stand up and say i repr
, run, pick you up first downs. it's a threat defense has to account for. if there is some quarterback driven runs have been added. because our quarterbacks are good at those, collin especially. >> the falcons pulled out a win to beat seahawks. it was atlanta's first playoff victory in four tries under coach smith. no, they're not just satisfied with this win. >> goal is still in front of us. we have two more games to go. that is the mind set that i have. and our team has. it's nice to not have to answer anymore. we still have work to do. >> we have more on the 49ers and falcons. a's manager said with the a's was more enjoyable than when he won world series with arizona two more years tacked onto the deal. melvin guided them to american leak west crown named al manager of the year. sharks open the season sunday, january 20th first home game 24th against phoenix they're getting shark tank ready. crews representing getting logos down. tickets on sale wednesday atrÑ7Ñ 10:00 a.m. so will players be in snaip. >> most are in good reason. tlb athletes that didn't take care of them selfs and
is now... >> right. niners is now defensive coordinator. he knows a lot of niner players. interesting thing, 49ers are going to counter with frank gore up the middle a pillin times. >> it's a chess match. >> it will be fun. >> yes. a couple new fan photos we can share, this shows a dog in a niner's hoody. >> take a look at this one. it's a mock up of a super bowl ring on his head. keep sending your pictures to you report at kgo-tv.com.çdcv we'll show some of them on the air. >> join me tonight at 9:00 coming up then, surprising research that suggests children can grow out of autism. >>kf5÷ and after shoogts oakland considering hiring a super cop and what that means. >> jimmy kimmel live, guests tonight rob lowe, brice harper and music from big boy. >> that does it nor edition of abc 7 news. [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! this is "jeopardy!" introducing today's contestants -- a u.s. army
the c&h sugar plant that broke out on an abandoned pier, fire cruise are in the defensive mode making sure the fire does not spread. they believe it was human cause because there is no electricity in the area. extra help going to the homeless this morning who have been struggling in dangerous conditions for days. our reporter is live at sacred heart community service. >> device a month they give out backpacks, 100 backpacks, filled with cold weather essentials and people are expected to line the block for the 9:00 give away. we would like to show you what is inside the backpacks. they are separated by gender and size including flannel blankets. the give away is not just for homeless but all in need who cannot afford to keep their families warm. the give arm is a fraction of what they do year round at sacred heart. they serve 350 families each day at close closet. you can take five articles of clothing for each person in the family. >> we give away at least 2,000 or more than 2,000 you its each day especially right now, it is the blankets. it is heavy quilts, something to keep the fami
to protect multimillion-dollar citrus crops. >> we have a defense system set up for the cold. to try and protect whatever we can, but also, mainly to keep the field warm. >> reporter: at the beach in santa monica, tourists wondered what happened to the sunshine? >> we expected it to be a little bit warmer, but my mom just came back from san francisco a month ago, so she told me, it wasn't as hot as we could imagine. >> reporter: that cold now pushing east. storms slamming parts of utah with almost 4 feet of snow. >> it was really heavy. >> reporter: temperatures from montana to minnesota, never got above 0. for the broncos/ravens playoff game in denver, toe warmers and layers, all part of the game plan. >> two pair of socks, two pair of pants, believe it or not, i'm all in here. >> reporter: it may be hard to believe on a day like this, but the cold reality the planet is getting warmer thanks to climate change. 2012, the hottest day ever recorded in the u.s. meaning over the long term, more days like this. here in denver, temperatures are 30 degrees colder than average. the fans at t
him. >> i have never doped. i've never taken performance-enhancing drugs. my best defense is i never tested positive. >> reporter: he didn't just lie to supporters, fans, and cancer survivors, he lied under oath, too. armstrong is accused of running up a doping bill experts pegged at over $1 million. >> the story's gone on so long. you win the disease. you win the tour de france seven times. a happy marriage, children. it's this mythic, perfect story. >> reporter: his biggest hope, will earn him something he is in short supply of right now, sympathy. but his performance may not have helped. i'm neal karlinsky, in new york. >> armstrong denied claims by former teammates that he ordered the use of banned substances. part two of his talk with oprah airs tonight. >>> we turn to the latest chaotic developments in the hostage situation in algeria, a day after algerian forces swooped down on militants, it's not clear how many lives were lost. we do know, however, this morning, that at least five americans are among the survivors. and abc's tahman bradley, joining us live with more. good mor
and considered it a big success. as we heard from secretary of defense panetta, and the -- from secretary of state, they will not rest, the u.s. will not rest until they track him down and bring him to justice. >> what do they do about all the splinter cells across africa? how do you track them? >> it's a huge, vast continent, and very few resources for the u.s. as we've seen on this map. we have u.s. assets in italy and djibouti. those two areas are far apart from where the action is. djibouti is approximately 2,800 miles, the difference between new york and san francisco. going after anybody there would be difficult for the u.s. they plan to do it in conjunction with the french who are already in the country. >> brian ross, still on watch tonight, along with martha raddatz, thank you so much. >>> now, we turn to the giant interview everyone was talking about and debating today. oprah winfrey and champion biker lance armstrong. more than three million people watched trying to gauge his confession, his remorse. neal karlinsky studied armstrong's answers and we wondered, did he finally tel
repeatedly kicked and pummelled with fists. others stood over the pistol, self-defense weapon that's lethal at close range. it's unclear why the 25-year-old attacked ahmed dogan. the longtime of a party that defends the rights of minority turks. "right now, we're working on finding out everything about the attacker," said the bulgarian interior minister. blood samples were taken to find out if there were drugs in his system. in addition to the gun, two knives were also found on the attacker. it's unclear how he got into the conference. he already had a known criminal background with arrests for drug possession and robbery. the politician who was attacked was stepping down as head of his party. but police say that he's in good health after this attack. of course, david, so many questions remain tonight. >> alex, thanks to you. >>> we're going to turn now to notre dame football star manti te'o speaking out for the first time about that phantom oh girlfriend. that elaborate hoax. tonight, in an espn interview, manti te'o was asked, was in this? if no girlfriend, who was he talking to on the ot
it is on people's minds as they get ready to vote. >> on friday the studio, sony pictures, jumped to their defense. >> zero dark 30 does not advocate torture. to not include that part of history would be irresponsible and not accurate. >> there are people who are very upset about it and there are people who can't understand why anybody is upset about it at all. when we go to a feature movie, we expect different things. >> the story of the manhunt has long been plagued by controversy. during production republicans railed against fierce about how much information was being given to film makers. >> i never asked to classified material and to my knowledge i receiver received any. >> many were greeted by protesters ratcheting up the fight hoping they won't wipe them out come oscar night. >> you can see who wins on sunday, february 24th, when the as scars are announced live only on abc7. >>> up next, a new space mission is underway at stanford. a new kind of rover to explore a distant moon. here's a live look from the roof cam showing you the transamerica tower there. it is 40 degrees in the city. warme
a flu shot for $10. >> volatile hostage situation unfolding in algeria and what secretary of defense panetta is saying about the military assault involving americans. >> man with an assault rifle in the middle of a busy department store. we have reaction from the stunned shoppers. >> live from the kgo profit center, this is abc7 news. >> at 6:00, flu fears continue to spread across california. a bay area hospital is ready to hold another vaccine clinic to protect people starting in an hour. >> lance armstrong makes a confession. a big confession. this morning, reaction is coming in from all sides. >> scare in the sky for west coast passengers after someone called the f.b.i. and said there is a potential hijacker on board and that was an alaska airlines flight. >> those stories in a moment but first a look at the weather forecast. >> warming up, mike? >> absolutely. this morning is warmer than yesterday. live doppler 7 hd shows a lot of dry air outside. also, air pollution. another "spare the air" day, the sixth of the season. the poorest air is in the north bay through san francisco
. that is the hope and expectation >> niners defense will have a tough task of stopping tony gonzalez. still playing like a college kid. >> whether you walk through and guy with a long beard. toughest guy is the old guy. i figure i'm like that. you see everything and you see every coverage you know the angle is coming there to get you. i'm out there doing my thing. >> the warriors last time they won in san antonio, 1997. playing without jeff curry and first quarter. tim duncan, throwing down. warriors led by 10 in the first quarter. gary closes the gap and hits a 3 at the buzzer. golden state up by 3. david lee had 22. jared starting in place of curry too much and tim duncan and tony parker donate what parker does. he had 25. 25th straight loss to san antonio. >>> women, welcome to the show. sta stanford hosting and in traffic, junior with 42nd career double-double. cardinals 75-49. hand the bruins first loss. >>> giants first full squad workout of spring training is less than a month away. they will arrive in arizona in good mood. they all arbitration and received one-year deal. national league mvp
raining down. others stood over the gas pistol. a self-defense weapon that can be deadly. it's still unclear why the 25-year-old bulgarian turkish man attacked ahmed dugan, longtime leader that represents bulgaria's turks and muslims. we're working on finding out everything about the attacker says the intear your minister. samples were taken to see if there were drums in his system. mystery how he got in. on top of the gun he had two knives, as well as a criminal background, the rest for drugs possession and robbery. he was anewsing his retirement when he was attacked. this morning the police say he's fine but many questions remain. for "good morning america," i'm alex marquardt in new york. >> unbelievable video, that politician is very lucky. >> he is, indeed. >>> time to check in with ron claiborne. >> that's a pretty wild story there. good morning to you, bianna and dan. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with breaking news overnight on a scare involving boeing's new 787. they believe two different incidents with the battery had different causes further complicating the investi
more territory as they try to close in on that country's capital. defense secretary leon panetta says the u.s. will help france with intelligence and airlift support. >>> in beijing, the thick blanket of haze is forcing the chinese government to be unusually candid. the most severe air pollution on record is expected to last another day or longer. millions of people are wearing masks or staying indoors. abc's gloria riviera is there. >> reporter: the sun was shining in beijing, but you wouldn't know it. just being outside can make eyes itch and throats burn. this would be my lung tweeted one chinese resident. and time lapse photos showed how chemical clouds made buildings disappear. zero wind, freezing temperatures and factories going full tilt made this week a perfect storm for pollution. at its peak, pollution hit 755 in beijing, making breathing extremely hazardous. by comparison, the worst polluted city in the u.s., bakersfield, california, hit a high of 159 last year. it's super toxic air. >> particle pollution like that can cause heart attacks and strokes that can kill people. i
americans, defense secretary leon panetta said just a while ago, we are working around the clock to ensure the safe return of our citizens. elizabeth? >> let's hope that happens soon. thank you so much. >>> now, to the stunning interview with lance armstrong, coming clean to oprah about doping to win. did he really tell the truth? the whole truth? abc's neal karlinsky who has covered lance armstrong for years is here with the dramatic details. neal, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was surreal to watch. you have to understand that this is a man who has fought with everything he could to maintain his lie, through vicious attacks, threats and lawsuits. but last night, lance armstrong came clean, almost as if he just decided to flip a switch from somewhere deep inside. >> i'd like you to walk me through it. were there, you know, pill deliveries? and blood in secret refrigerators? how did it work? >> we need a long time. >> reporter: calling himself an arrogant bully, lance armstrong had no good answer to explain away one of the biggest lies in all of sport. >> i'll start my answer
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